Archive for ‘2008’
Persistent pain and disturbed sleep create a tremendous stress on the body that could potentially drag down a person’s immune system.Read the complete article.
Hypnosis combined with suggestion can be a powerful tool against pain.Read the complete article.
Prescribing placebos to fibromyalgia patients is an acceptable practice to half of the U.S. internists and rheumatologists who responded to a recent survey.Read the complete article.
Don’t dread the wintertime blues. Get a jump start in heading off the symptoms associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).Read the complete article.
An American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association (AFSA) funded study brings science closer to understanding what is happening in the brains of fibromyalgia patients.Read the complete article.
While healthy women have a lower pain threshold than healthy men, this does not explain why more than twice as many women develop fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
A simple screening test for memory and concentration difficulties may have falsely labeled you as “normal.”Read the complete article.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves Cymbalta (duloxetine) on June 16 for treating fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
The quest for humans to escape cold weather during their retirement years may have a physiological basis.Read the complete article.
This study looks at why the medical costs per year of fibromyalgia patients dropped after being diagnosed.Read the complete article.